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  • Originally posted by oibaf View Post
    Uh? The env variables must be set by you before running the OpenGL app...
    Sorry, I think I misunderstood However...
    Code:
    OpenGL version string: 3.0 Mesa 8.0-devel (git-f9f8ce3 oneiric-oibaf-ppa)
    OpenGL shading language version string: 1.30
    Thank you oibaf

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    • Originally posted by Qaridarium
      i set this options in /etc/default/grub/ R600_GLSL130=1 R600_STREAMOUT=1

      GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash radeon.audio=1 radeon.pcie_gen2=1 R600_GLSL130=1 R600_STREAMOUT=1"

      what do i wrong ?
      Those are the kernel options. Try with:
      Code:
      R600_GLSL130=1 R600_STREAMOUT=1 glxinfo

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      • Originally posted by Qaridarium
        now i get:'

        "OpenGL vendor string: X.Org
        OpenGL renderer string: Gallium 0.4 on AMD RV740
        OpenGL version string: 3.0 Mesa 8.0-devel (git-f9f8ce3 oneiric-oibaf-ppa)
        OpenGL shading language version string: 1.30
        "

        do i need set this option for every app i start ?

        or can i turn on this for general ?
        https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EnvironmentVariables

        scroll all way down to "persistant environiment variables".

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        • Originally posted by crazycheese View Post
          Use google to find how to:
          - add linux 3.2 kernel to your ppa
          - add xorg-edgers to your ppa

          Install driconf to configure the driver.

          All this are - three commands in terminal.

          Reboot and have fun.
          thanks but it sounds pretty discomforting for a mac-2-ubuntu switcher ;-)

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          • Originally posted by thob View Post
            thanks but it sounds pretty discomforting for a mac-2-ubuntu switcher ;-)
            You do understand that mac and ubuntu are *nix-es, and both have terminal emulators?

            Well, I thank you for reading that far then. Was quite an effort for you, obviously...

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            • In my etc/environment I have added the following lines:

              "export R600_GLSL130=1"
              "export R600_STREAMOUT=1"

              but I'm still seing
              OpenGL version string: 2.1
              OpenGL shading language version string: 1.20

              Have I forgot a step?

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              • Originally posted by DINAMIK View Post
                In my etc/environment I have added the following lines:

                "export R600_GLSL130=1"
                "export R600_STREAMOUT=1"

                but I'm still seing
                OpenGL version string: 2.1
                OpenGL shading language version string: 1.20

                Have I forgot a step?
                In /home/$yourname/ search for .pam_environment, if there isn't create it, then edit the file and add these two lines:
                Code:
                R600_GLSL130=1
                R600_STREAMOUT=1
                If it's a multi-user system, do it for every user. The result is the same and, if there are problems, you can just remove a file in your home.

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                • me too! it works like a charm!

                  I also added PCIE_GEN2 = 1 and VBLANK_MODE = 0

                  I generated My xorg.conf by Xorg -configure and I have added swapbufferswait "FALSE"

                  No major improvements of performance in games, for example regnum online, but glxgears reachs incredible numbers now

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                  • Hello!
                    First of all, thanks for this incredible PPA, it really helps a lot
                    xorg-edgers was some really weird bugs with my graphic card, like, from times to times my monitor looked like an old TV...

                    Anyway, i installed your PPA because i saw you added support for s3tc texture compression, and it's something i needed.
                    I recently got the new Humble Bundle, and Anomely: Warzone Earth, the game i wanted from this bundle, gave me this error:

                    Code:
                    GLX_EXT_swap_control not supported, unable to set vertical sync.
                    Extension EXT_texture_compression_s3tc not supported. Shutting down the game.
                    That time i was still using xorg-edgers. Found your ppa, did a ubuntu fresh install, added your PPA, installed the game... and well, still can't play.
                    Now the game don't give me that error, but just finish my Unity session and send me back to LightDM.

                    I'm also having problems with .rmvb files on VLC 2.0-rc1. Dunno if the problem is from VLC or your PPA, since i did not tested without de PPA, but .rmvb files get really slow, while a bluray rip .mp4 plays normal.

                    Here are my system specs:
                    Ubuntu 11.10 64 bits
                    Intel i5 2400M with a HD 3000 Sandy Bridge graphic card

                    When i run glxinfo | grep OpenGL i get the following:

                    Code:
                    Mesa: Initializing x86-64 optimizations
                    OpenGL vendor string: Tungsten Graphics, Inc
                    OpenGL renderer string: Mesa DRI Intel(R) Sandybridge Mobile 
                    OpenGL version string: 3.0 Mesa 8.0-devel (git-84a1273 oneiric-oibaf-ppa)
                    OpenGL shading language version string: 1.30
                    OpenGL extensions:
                    Any idea about how i can play the game?

                    Also, is intel-sna PPA (https://launchpad.net/~sarvatt/+archive/intel-sna) supported? Does it works with your PPA?

                    Again, thanks for the awesome PPA

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                    • Just a complement to the question i made above.

                      Talked with the Intel-SNA PPA guy and here is what he told me:

                      Ah I'm sorry, it's totally not ok to use it after looking at his PPA.
                      We have a different xserver video ABI in xorg-edgers, it won't work
                      without rebuilding it against his ppa packages I'm afraid It is
                      trivial to rebuild it though if you want to, just dget -u -x the .dsc
                      from my sna PPA, cd to the xserver-xorg-video-intel-whatever directory
                      and debuild -uc -us -b, it'll tell you what packages you need to
                      install to build it.
                      I'm not confortable with building those stuffs, never did on my life to be honest. I guess the closest i got from building something on Ubuntu was compile a kernel.
                      But i will give it a try this weekend and see how it goes

                      Just thought you guys would like to have the info ^^

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